All the photos from GQ Style's incredible Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox cover shoot
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox, the couple the world can't stop watching, take over AW21 British GQ Style. In a global exclusive and their first magazine shoot together, the punk-rock lovebirds are photographed by Daniella Midenge in a shoot inspired by cult 1990s outlaw movies such as Natural Born Killers, with fashion direction by Nicola Formichetti and styling by Hunter Clem. Movies are one of the things that brought the couple together. “The Lost Boys was our first movie we watched together,” MGK says in GQ Style's cover story by writer Molly Lambert, “and then True Romance and Point Break... I love a dark fairytale.”
After four rap albums, MGK started a pop-punk phase that turned into his 2020 album Tickets To My Downfall, which featured interludes from Fox and was a US Billboard No1. He also played Tommy Lee in Netflix’s The Dirt, cementing his status as a modern incarnation of the rock star as cultural satyr. Now, he’s moving into directing and writing films, with a project in the works with Pete Davidson, as well as a new album, Born With Horns, coming soon. Fox, an actress, has shown a range of depth extending to dark dramas, horror and comedy, while gen-Z star Olivia Rodrigo, in her “Good 4 U” music video, channelled Jennifer’s Body, the 2009 Karyn Kusama horror comedy in which Fox portrayed a cheerleader with very sharp teeth. Upcoming releases include Big Gold Brick with Oscar Isaac, Netflix's Night Teeth and The Expendables 4.